Posts Tagged "Enfield Town"

Non-League Videos Of The Week: 09-10-2011

By on Oct 9, 2011 in Latest, Video | 0 comments

The football clubs of the Premier League and the Championship had a break for another round of international matches this weekend, but there were few such luxuries for the butchers, bakers and candlestick makers of non-league football with a round of fixtures which included the Preliminary Round of another competition which has suffered a little damage to its...

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Non-League Videos Of The Week: 25-09-2011

By on Sep 25, 2011 in Latest, Video | 0 comments

This week’s non-league videos of the week come from a variety of different competitions, including the Second Qualifying Round of the FA Vase. First up, though, is the match between Cambridge City and Banbury United in the Southern League Premier Division. Cambridge were beaten in the play-offs in this league last season, and are hoping to go one better than...

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Non-League Videos Of The Week: 20/08/2011

By on Aug 21, 2011 in Latest, Video | 2 comments

Well, all of the leagues have finally started. The Isthmian League caught up with the rest and started its competitive season this weekend, meaning that everyone has now started for the new season, and this evening two of our four matches come from this league. First up, though, we’re off to Surrey for Chertsey Town’s first match in Division One Central...

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Ten Years Of Enfield Town

By on Jun 20, 2011 in Latest, Non-League | 2 comments

With the future of Supporters Direct still under threat, it is worth taking a moment to reflect upon an anniversary that will most likely go unremarked upon elsewhere, but is still an anniversary that has changed our perception of how football clubs can be run. Long before Chester FC or FC United of Manchester, before even AFC Wimbledon were formed, the first club...

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Those We Have Lost: Southbury Road, Enfield

By on Jun 4, 2011 in History, Latest | 10 comments

For many, many years, there were effectively no new football grounds built in Britain. Over the last quarter of a century, though dozens upon dozens of clubs have bulldozed their ancestral homes and moved on to pastures new. This summer, we hope to run a series of  articles on the subject of Britain’s lost football grounds, and we’re starting this off...

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